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The Australian fashion industry is ever-evolving. Influenced by our vibrant multicultural history, our unique climate and our sense of independence, Australia has produced some of the most coveted labels in the world.

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Kangan Institute is introducing the next generation of Australian fashion designers through a unique fashion parade in the heart of Melbourne city’s creative precinct, Richmond. 

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The Siyona woman is a connoisseur of the exceptional. She is independent, confident and ambitious. She lives life to the full and exudes style, grace and attitude through her wardrobe as an expression of her personality.

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Longer lengths and European-inspired details dominated the David Jones runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, setting a timeless tone for the upcoming Spring racing season.

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Inspired by the British and European ‘Mod Rocker’ scene of the 1960s, Melbourne based menswear brand, Jack London, has set the scene this Spring: tweeds, checks, cropped lengths and Fedora hats.

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Fittingly surrounded by crisp white walls and a delicate flower backdrop, porcelain-skinned models marched down the runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week donned in delicate lace, sheer layers and glittering textures.

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Kangan Institute students delivered a thrift-shop lover’s dream collection at the Eco Threads runway event on Saturday 27 August as part of the 2016 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week program.

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A highlight of the 2016 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week program, the ‘High Fashion, High Tea’ event presented the latest in contemporary headwear whilst wining and dining racing’s most notable.

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Melbourne Fashion Week Plus (MFWPlus) is a celebration of plus size culture, focusing on design, discourse and body positivity.

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After the success of last year’s event, the multicultural FreekÁ Runway returns in 2016 as part of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Curated program with an even bigger and better line up of talented fashion designers.

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ERIK-YVON and TWOFOLD have combined art and philosophy to create a new collection entitled ‘GANG-GANG’, a gender-neutral clothing line complimented by 3D printed contemporary jewellery.

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Fewer than 5% of high growth startups are owned by women – a sobering statistic, particularly when compared to the fact that 50% of Australian small businesses are founded by women.

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A never-before seen exhibition arrives at the Town Hall Gallery in Hawthorn on 27 August, showcasing works by prominent Australian artist Louis Kahan.

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From a lively panel discussion to inspiring workshops, Kangan Institute has plenty in store for fashionistas and industry alike at this year’s Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.

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Kangan Institute’s collaboration with Australian Red Cross will see Melbourne all-girl band Stonefield perform in a range of upcycled, recycled and redesigned garments, made entirely from donated secondhand clothing that would otherwise be destined for landfill.

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Some of my most beloved wardrobe pieces are second hand; there’s something special about finding the right fit at the right time with vintage and pre-loved treasures.

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Who made your clothes? Where we get our clothes from and who makes them is raising more questions now than ever.

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On Wednesday 24th of February, the iconic Melbourne Royal Exhibition Building played host to the Autumn Winter 16 Collection Runway of Australian label Kookai.

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Teneille Clerke is better known as ‘Tenfingerz’ and describes herself as a ‘Gen Y renaissance human’. She’s an established stylist, producer, photographer, performance artist, filmmaker and creative think-tank and she’s only just getting started.

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In-the-loop Melbournians and the trendiest of fashion fans from interstate coveted the limited amount of tickets available to the recent The Dress Collective Runway, and those who were lucky enough to secure a seat to the sold out show were treated to a grand showcase of collections from 21 emerging and established Australian designers on February 13th, 2016.

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It’s no secret that Melbourne is the epicenter of fashion in Australia, but it certainly came as a surprise to The Dress Collective team that their first ever runway (which is an official event of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Offsite Runway Series) sold in out 20 days.

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Traveling from Fortitude Valley to Fitzroy, the Sunday Social store has answered to its begging southern supporters and popped up in Melbourne, opening at 122 Gertrude Street.

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Erol Ozan once said, “Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost” and that was certainly true last night. As I meandered through the city after my usual daily grind, I was distracted by the faint tinkling of laughter and excited chatter, drifting from the Cathedral Arcade.

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I recently interviewed Mr Hinny Tran, one of the creative minds behind Fred Hates Fashion, for an editorial in The Fashion Advocate magazine.

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